Movie 1min

Wine, Women & Song, No. 2 (1905)

Not rated.

Facts
Country United States
Language English
Titles
(Alternative) Wine, Women and Song, No. 2
Production
Distribution
Categories
Alcohol Black and White Comedy Lust Monk Short Silent Film
Description

A man wearing the robes and skull cap of a friar and a woman dressed in the conventional garments of a household maid can be seen drinking wine from a bottle on a table in a set of a rough stone castle. The woman pours several glasses of wine for her companion, and when she hands him another glass, he takes her hand, pulls her down on the bench beside him and begins embracing her. The drinking and embracing continue until the film ends.

Source: Early Motion Pictures: The Paper Print Collection in the Library of Congress

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Cast
Unavailbale.
Crew
F.A. Dobson - Cinematography